Skydrive is part of Microsoft services, a password-protected online storage on the web (Skydrive.live.com), where you can store and share your documents and pictures up to 7 GB for free.
You can sign in with a Microsoft Account and you are all set. If you do not already have the Microsoft Account, you can create one at www.live.com.
More information can be found from windows.microsoft.com/skydrive.
During a software update with Nokia Suite or Nokia Software Updater, available applications and languages might experience adjustment back to phone’s original setup. This can cause removal of some languages, that were added to your phone afterwards.
To avoid this, always make sure to purchase your Nokia phone from an authorized Nokia retailer in your home country.
A country variant is a 'general' version of the device firmware with some features or apps specific to a country. An example would be that for some countries a phone must make a sound when taking a photo while in other countries this is optional.
Currently the following Nokia phones support NFC:
While configuring the F-Secure Anti-Theft application on your phone, you need to enter a mobile number as a trusted number, so using the trusted number you can recover the unlock security code.
Procedure to recover F-Secure Anti-Theft security code:
If these do not work, then you may have to contact F-Secure support for help.
The magnetic field created by the magnetic clip on the carrying case is activating the slide sensor in your phone. This sensor utilizes a weak magnetic field to detect different operational modes when there is an incoming or active call.
To avoid interference with sensors utilizing weak magnetic fields, do not place your device near magnetic items.
There are many components have magnetic parts which may activate the alarm or if the store uses wireless ID alarm an apparent detection may result from the radio transmitter modulation.
All Nokia phones are designed not to exceed the limits recommended by international guidelines.
Nokia has a range of products, related accessories and, for example, connectivity to 3rd party assistive equipment to help people with physical impairments to use mobile phones. Many features in phones, such as “speaking applications,” message reader, voice recognition, different font sizes, etc, improve the ease of use for both people with disabilities and mainstream users alike. Special accessories enable the use of mobile phones for people with distinct disabilities. For example, the new Nokia Wireless Loopset LPS-5 helps take advantage of T-coil-equipped hearing aids to increase the clarity of calls on the phone.
A full list of available solutions and support can be found from http://www.nokiaaccessibility.com.
Before starting, make sure your phone has enough battery power. If the battery level is low, charge the battery. Connect your phone to PC using an USB cable that came in the sales package or a bluetooth connection. When connecting via a USB cable, choose Nokia Suite (or Nokia Ovi Suite, or PC Suite) USB mode for the connection in your mobile phone.
To backup your device:
To restore the backup on the device:
Note: If the contacts does not show in the backup, you have to copy the contacts in the phone memory from the SIM card.
See our support videos on YouTube channel, from how to use the Nokia Suite, go to www.youtube.com/nokiasupportvideos (English) and search Nokia Suite videos.
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